Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

Fauquier Health Rehabilitation Nursing Center is a 113-bed center located on the Fauquier Hospital campus, offering nearby access to hospital and physician services. Its proximity to and affiliation with the hospital allow a rare continuity of care not found at other facilities.











Our Rooms Feature:
  • Individual flat-screen TVs with pillow-side sound
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Bright, modern décor
  • Large windows
  • Specious floor plans
  • Large, bright restrooms

Our Philosophy
Our Virginia rehab center is fully committed to the Planetree patient-centered care alliance. The Planetree philosophy is a holistic approach to patient care that encompasses the body, mind and spirit, and encourages the participation of family and friends in Virginia rehab center.

Because we respect the needs and preferences of our residents and their families, visitation is not restricted to certain hours of the day and is only dependent upon the convenience of the resident. If you are considering our facility you are invited to call or drop by for a tour of the facility any day during business hours.

Learn more about our rehabilitative services including orthopedic, cardiac, pulmonary and senior rehabilitation.



Long-Term and Respite Care

Long-Term and Respite Care

Long-Term Care

FHRNC offers those who need a helping hand the opportunity to live in the company of others, with the security of 24-hour nursing care. We understand that, for some, long-term care can be a difficult change. Our staff works to ease that transition with compassion, kindness and professionalism. It is our mission to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual needs of the whole person. For our long-term care residents, this is home, and we want to insure that they feel comfortable.


Living a Full Life

At FHRNC we understand that there is so much more to our residents than any limitations they may have. We take the time to get to know our residents, and we enjoy their unique contributions to our community. We look for ways to help them continue the things they have loved all their lives, like gardening, music, arts and crafts, reading, socializing and enjoying the outdoors.

We understand the emotional difficulty of making a decision about long-term care for your loved one. If we can answer questions about the care provided at FHRNC, please give us a call at 540.316.5500. We invite you to stop by for a tour of the facility.

Respite Care

Our respite care is designed to offer caregivers a much-needed short-term break while providing a safe and comfortable haven for your loved one. You can relax and recharge knowing that physical and medical needs are being met, and that he or she is being treated with kindness and understanding. There is no minimum stay. Respite care is not covered by insurance or Medicare. Advance arrangements are required, including information from your loved one’s physician. Call for details now so that you are prepared when the need arises. 540.316.5473.

Short Term Rehabilitation

Short Term Rehabilitation

No matter what your rehabilitation needs, our goal is to return you to your highest functionality and mobility so that you can be active, independent and as pain free as possible. We’re in the business of getting you back to being your best self again.

In addition to a full array of modern therapy equipment, our facility houses the only indoor rehabilitative pool in the area. This highly effective aqua therapy program draws patients from all over the Northern Virginia area. Our pool features a hydraulic lift for wheelchair-bound patients. We offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Each of these specialties provides specific treatments tailored to the needs of each patient.

Insurance & Contact Information

Insurance & Contact Information

Fauquier Health & Rehabilitation Center is a Medicare/Medicaid certified facility. This means that we offer a full range of services that are approved and covered by Medicare and also most other insurance carriers. We also accept self-pay by clients. Respite care is self-pay only.

Medicare and all other insurance carriers have specific guidelines for what they will and will not cover, and under what circumstances. Typically the services covered by Medicare and other insurers must follow a hospital stay and are covered for a limited time.

Understanding coverage regulations can be time consuming and difficult. Fortunately, we know how to work within the complicated guidelines, as well as how to work with physicians most effectively. We will worry about these details so that you don’t have to. Please call if you would like to discuss coverage issues.

If you have questions about the services we provide or about payment issues, please call 540.316.5500 and ask for our Admissions Department. We also invite you to call or stop by to request a tour of the facility or to have an opportunity to ask all of your questions in person. Visitors are welcome.

FAQ

FAQ

Q: How do I get a family member admitted to your facility?
A: Our facility has admission representatives who will provide you with all of the information you will need to know about admitting a patient to the facility. They can be reached by calling 540-316-5500 during normal weekday business hours.

Q: What physicians come to your facility?
A: We have several physicians who have admitting privileges at our facility and we will be happy to provide a current list for you upon request.

Q: How long will I stay for Rehab?
A: Our physicians and therapists work together to individualize a plan of care to meet your therapy needs. The length of your program will depend on your individual goals and progress.

Q: What is the average length of stay at your facility?
A: Our average length of stay is approximately 25 days, but each patient’s progress is different so this time frame varies.

Q: What therapy programs do you offer?
A: Our facility offers physical, occupational, speech and aquatic therapy. We are the only area facility to offer all of these in one location.

Q: What is the difference between physical and occupational therapy and what does each accomplish?
A: Physical therapy provides strength, endurance, motor skills training to help you move as independently as possible. Occupational therapy helps you perform activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing and cooking. Speech therapy addresses issues with speaking, swallowing and cognitive function.

Q: What benefit does aqua therapy provide?
A: Aqua therapy uses the buoyancy of water to provide a comfortable environment that supports the body during exercise and helps improve range-of-motion and pain control. Aqua therapy improves circulation and cardiovascular endurance as well. The water temperature is maintained at 84-90 degrees, which helps relax tight muscles and allows for the mobilization of tendons and ligaments.

Q: What room accommodations can I expect?
A: Our facility has semi-private and private rooms. Many people enjoy the company of a roommate, but if you desire a private room every effort will be made to place you in one. We cannot guarantee a private room will be available during your stay with us. There is an extra daily fee for private rooms.

Q: Do you offer phone, cable or internet services?
A: Phone, cable and Wi-Fi / internet services are provided in all rooms. Each patient has his or her own individual phone line and flat screen television.

Q: Can my family visit?
A: Family members are an important part of your recovery and they are welcome to visit any time that is convenient for you.

Q: Are family members permitted to accompany me to therapy?
A: We encourage family participation in the rehabilitation process and family members can observe progress by visiting during scheduled therapies if desired by the patient.

Q: Does insurance pay for rehab?
A: Rehab therapy is included in your skilled services if you have qualified for Medicare Skilled Coverage. Many other insurance policies cover rehab services during an inpatient stay, however it is important that you know and understand your coverage. Talk with your plan representative to confirm your coverage details. Be sure to ask about deductibles or out-of-pocket expenses.

Q: What does skilled nursing or skilled services mean?
A: A skilled nursing service is a service that must be provided by a registered nurse, or a licensed practical nurse under the supervision of a registered nurse, to be safe and effective. The service of a physical, speech-language pathologist or occupational therapist is a skilled therapy service if the complexity of the service is such that it can only be performed safely and/or effectively under the supervision of a skilled therapist. To be covered, the skilled services must also be reasonable and necessary to the treatment of the patient's illness or injury or to the restoration of maintenance of function affected by the patient's illness or injury.

Q: How does traditional Medicare work? What will I owe after Day 20?
A: The Medicare Part A program covers skilled services in our facility. If you have available days, Medicare A will cover the first 20 days of your stay in full, as long as a daily skilled service is needed and is being provided.
Beginning on Day 21 of the skilled service, you will owe coinsurance (This rate is determined by the federal government and changes annually). You may have insurance that covers the coinsurance or be Medicaid eligible. Talk to your insurance plan representative to confirm that our facility participates with your insurance and how many coinsurance days they will cover, as well as deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses you will incur. In cases where there is no coverage available, you will be responsible for the payment.

Q: How does a Medicare Replacement Policy differ from traditional Medicare regarding rehab?
A: Medicare Replacement Policies (Medicare HMO) typically cover skilled services in the same manner as traditional Medicare A. The coverage may differ, primarily in the number of days covered for skilled services and the coinsurance amount. Each Medicare HMO has its own number of covered days. In most cases, the number of fully covered days are fewer under an HMO, but the coinsurance rate may be lower than under traditional Medicare A. Contact your HMO representative to determine your number of covered days and coinsurance rates as well as deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses.

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